Status Of AEW All Out PPV Following All In At Wembley?

1 month ago by Dave Adamson

Status Of AEW All Out PPV Following All In At Wembley? AEW

With AEW All In taking place at Wembley Stadium in London on August 27, the status of All Out is somewhat up in the air.

All In was the inaugural event for what would become AEW back in 2018, produced by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) in association with Ring of Honor.

AEW’s debut show in the United Kingdom has used the event name instead of going with “AEW All Out”, the name of their regular late August/early September PPV.

Whilst AEW have been quiet on the All Out front, Dave Meltzer has addressed the topic in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (subscription required), writing:

“While AEW has not made an announcement or officially responded regarding if there will be an All Out, there are people who work in AEW who have privately told people on social media saying All Out will be a week after All In.

“This is not confirmed to us by anyone in AEW who have been quiet about that subject. When we’ve asked people in AEW about whether there will be an All Out PPV show, we’ve gotten no answer so officially there’s no answer to that question.”

Aside from in 2020 when the event was held at Daily’s Place, All Out has been held at the Now Arena (formerly Sears Center) in Illinois.

AEW All Out has traditionally been held over Labor Day Weekend in September, which would be a week after All In if that pattern continues.

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